So, potentially, the first female executive editor of The New York Times was, in essence, fired because she was asking for more money? It’s an unconfirmed case of gender, power, and inequality causing a crisis at the nation’s best liberal newspaper, and that discrepancy between ideology and reality is depressing — not to mention absolute catnip for a million speculative pieces.
Humanity has hit a new low:
Named the Hostile Hostel, the temporary establishment features beds named after Chris Brown, Ike Turner, and Mel Gibson, in addition to lawbreakers and scandal-makers like Eliot Spitzer, Heidi Fleiss, and Tony Soprano.
Monica Lewinsky was propelled into the public eye, a Rorschach test for what the media and America thought about sex, women, and power. The results were ugly, a national nightmare, and within the prism of feminist/leftist media, the results were all over the place. Sixteen years later, the confusion remains.
In a league where supporting gay marriage can allegedly get you fired, we doubt MIA’s middle finger is what’s causing the most damage to the NFL’s ‘reputation’